September 9th has become a date in recent years when Apple comes out with their biggest announcements. The company, this year too, is expected to do something similar, and the September of 2016 is all set to take Apple to the next level as the company gears up to release the iPhone 7 device. Apple is now expected to come out with the iPhone 7, which will help them shift gears towards the future.
Images of what is being alleged to be the new iPhone have leaked online via Bastille post. These are rendered images of the device which showcase many earlier speculated features.
As seen in the picture, the back panel of the iPhone 7 comes out with dual cameras, and the company is expected to release the device with two cameras as one of them will capture the picture in its entirety while the other will help the device ‘focus’ more on the subject of the image.
According to the post in the Bastille Post website, the device can also be seen to be exactly 1mm thinner than the iPhone 6s, as the phone has been expected to come out without the 3.5mm port, which will affect the thickness of the device, trimming the iPhone 7 down by exactly 1mm.
The phone also features some dots at the bottom of the panel, indicating a possibility of a smart connector being attached to the phone. As of now it is not quite clear what use a smart connector would have when it comes to the iPhone. However this might also be something which can aid in the wireless charging of the iPhone devices.
The iPhone 7 is also expected to be waterproof, and will feature wireless audio as well as wireless charging. As of now the image is just based on renders spotted on a website and we recommend the readers to take it with a pinch of salt.